A very classic Bowmore bottle. As it should be a 1980s bottled whisky, I expect the date of distillation should be in 1970s or even before. However, it interestingly gives a lot of soapy/perfume notes, which refreshes my cognition towards Bowmore. Overall, the nosing is pretty elegant with the notes of floral and fruits. Quite soft in mouth, while the power of the peat is still exiting. I guess this is also an important bottle to be tried as a Bowmore fan, for more than once.
Light peat, sea breeze, yellow fruits, light touch of lavender, a bit of tropical fruits, hints of passion fruits, some sweetness, salted kumquat.
Smooth and elegant, light-bodied. Some soapy notes, lavender, yellow fruits, oaky notes, apple, caramel.
Medium. Quite dry, some floral notes, more oak, light touch of bonfire, hints of ash.